Shu Lea Cheang on Thu, 5 Sep 2019 09:28:17 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> save the day - [commercial break] UNFINISHED LIST

Dear nettimers

the nettime radio is part of 5 mailing list radio streams 
UNFINISHED LIST, part of STWST48x5 programmation STAY UNFINISHED opening september 6-8. SAVE the day, participate, broadcast or simply listen in.

Mailing list Radio Streams
Live broadcast on radio FRO
12:00-17:00 [CET] Sunday, september 8, 2019

Triggered by a nettime posting (Date: Friday, June 07, 2019 10:41 AM) from the nettime mod squad,
 “subject: <nettime> Nettime is in bad shape. Let's see if we can change it”, UNFINISHED LIST brings
together 5 existing mailing lists LIVE ON RADIO. The text based email listservs with their subscribed
members are online platforms that grow the media communities with informations, discussions and
debates. Nettime, mailing lists for networked cultures, politics and tactics since 1995 is moderated
by Ted Byfield and Felix Stalder; crumb new media curating mailing list aims to help those who
'exhibit' new media art, including curators, technicians and artists since 2000 is moderated by
Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook; Faces on gender, technology, art since 1997 is moderated by
Valie Djordjević, Diana McCarty, Kathy Rae Huffman, Ushi Reiter; -empyre- facilitates online
discussion with critical perspectives since 2002 is moderated by Renate Ferro and Tim Murray;
spectre started with media art and culture in Deep Europe has offered a channel for old and
new media to meet cross borders since 2001 is moderated by Inke Arns and Andreas Broeckmann.

UNFINISHED LIST is part of the programmation of STWST48x5, STAY UNFINISHED, organized by
Stadtwerkstatt taking place on september 6-8, 2019. Founded as an artists’ collective,
Stadwerkstatt (STWST), a striving, living cultural space prides itself as an autonomous
structure since 1979, is celebrating its 40 year existence in 2019. STWST48x5, the fifth edition
of STWST’s annual extravaganza 48 hour showcase, held in conjunction with Ars Electronica,
announces STAY UNFINISHED as its thematic approach this year. STAY UNFINISHED
 aims to look at the art of the past and the projects of today. It's about history and now,
 it's about process and transformation. It's about not being finished, not getting finished,
and mostly about moving forward, thinking ahead. With STAY UNFINISHED, we seek
coalition with art and societies who remain in constant development and perpetual movement
towards a possible utopia of open society in ever-expanding modes.

Hosted by Radio Fro housed in STWST. the 5 hour non-stop radio streams invite global public to
listen in and participate with speaking voices live broadcast. 

To join radio broadcast
 Send your Skype name by email to mailing list radio streams moderators.
The moderators will decide who to invite  in advance for Skype group call channel. During the broadcast hour, sign on to mailing list channel on Skype.

To participate in CHAT
we are using IRC chat for text messaging during radio hours
If you have an IRC client, sign on to
channel #stwst48x5

or use webbrowser to sign on IRC chat
server: (no need to add password) 

assign your own nickname
sign on to  the channel #stwst48x5

To listen in on net radio streams
Open another web browser,
click on top yellow banner ‘POP-UP PLAYER”, click play to listen to live broadcast.

12:00-17:00 (CET), September 8, 2019
 on radio FRO!!

12:00-13:00 - Nettime (since 1995), moderated by Ted Byfield and Felix Stalder

13:00-14:00 - crumb new_media_curating (since 2000), moderated by Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook

14:00-15:00 - Faces (since 1997), moderated by Valie Djordjević, Kathy Rae Huffman, Diana McCarty, Ushi Reiter.
RADIO moderation: Valie Djordjević & Elena Robles Mateo

15:00-16:00 - empyre- (since 2002), moderated by Renate Ferro and Tim Murray

16:00-17:00 - Spectre (since 2001), moderated by Inke Arns and Andreas Broeckmann. Radio moderation: Geert Lovink 


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